Kyle Korver has officially declined the NBA’s invitation to participate in the Three-Point Contest at this year’s All-Star weekend in New Orleans. It’s the second year in a row Korver has declined to participate.

Korver told Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he will instead spend the time with his wife and 1-year-old daughter.

As it stands, Korver has extended his historic steak to 114 games with at least one 3-pointer made. Korver Broke Danna Barros’ streak of 89 consecutive games back in December, and continues to pile on to his record that may never be broken again.

“It’s a remarkable display of consistency,” former sharp-shooting specialist Steve Kerr said. “The three-point shot has become much more prominent in the last decade, but very rarely do you see a guy who can consistently, night in and night out, make such a high percentage, especially when everybody knows that’s his goal coming into the game. So I’m amazed at what Kyle has done—just the level of consistency.”